The Best Policy for Helping Siblings Share

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When your kiddos fight over the tire swing, what they really want is something much deeper.

What your kids are longing for is a close relationship with one another where they get along really well.

But the secret is … they need your help to do that.

This video explains the one intervention you can use that will help your kids develop a close relationship with each other, and save you hours (and hours, and hours!) of refereeing fights in the future.

Is this policy new to you? Let us know in the comments below if you plan to give it a try!

2 thoughts on “The Best Policy for Helping Siblings Share

  1. Ooh I like the sound of it and will certainly try it with my boys. Do you think the underlying issue of insecurity is still the same in a 7 year old? It often feels like he doesn’t share just to annoy the 3 year old.

  2. Never tried this method before, seems alien but with 3 boys that never ever get along & with constant fighting & winding up I am open to try anything. Will start this on a day we have no clubs/after school activities and see how it goes

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